Hamilton Tour Extends to Hit 20 Cities in 2018 Hamilton Tour Extends to Hit 20 Cities in 2018
Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of award-winning hip-hop musical Hamilton, will take the popular show on the road with a tour that’s been extended from 5... Hamilton Tour Extends to Hit 20 Cities in 2018

Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of award-winning hip-hop musical Hamilton, will take the popular show on the road with a tour that’s been extended from 5 to 20 cities in 2018, the show’s Twitter page announced on New Year’s Eve.

Miranda left the lead role last summer, but it continues to sell out show after show around the world. Hamilton was nominated for a record-breaking 16 Tony Awards and won 11, including Best Musical.

The tour kicks off this weekend in San Diego, stopping in Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Boston, and more while it continues runs in New York, London, and Chicago. Additional cities are yet to be scheduled, but will have to be worked around a special three-week engagement in San Juan, Puerto Rico in January of 2019, which Miranda announced following the devastation of the island by Hurricane Maria. Miranda, a Puerto Rican-American and vocal advocate of the island’s recovery, will reprise the lead role of Alexander Hamilton for the PR shows.

Hamilton tour dates are below:

New York, NY @ Richard Rodgers Theatre — now through Aug. 19

London, England @ Victoria Palace Theatre — new through July 28

Chicago, IL @ CIBC Theatre — now through Sept. 2

San Diego, CA @ San Diego Civic Centre — Jan. 6 – Jan. 28

Tempe, AZ @ Gammage Auditorium — Jan. 30 – Feb. 25

Seattle, WA @ Paramount Theatre — Feb. 6 – March 18

Denver, CO @ Buell Theatre — Feb. 27 – April 1

Portland, OR @ Keller Auditorium — March 20 – Apr. 8

St. Louis, MO @ Fox Theatre — Apr. 3 – Apr. 22

Salt Lake City, UT @ The Eccles — Apr. 11 – May 6

Houston, TX @ The Hobby Center — Apr. 24 – May 20

Costa Mesa, CA @ Segerstrom Center for the Arts – May 8 – May 27

Atlanta, GA @ Fox Theatre — May 22 – June 10

Las Vegas, NV @ The Smith Center — May 29 – June 2

Washington, DC @ The Kennedy Center — June 12 – Sept. 16

Des Moines, Iowa @ Des Moines Performing Arts Center — June 27 – July 15

Boston, MA @ Boston Opera House — Sept. 18 – No. 18

Charlotte, NC @ Belk Theater — Oct. 10– Nov. 4

San Juan, P.R. @ Teatro UPR at University of Puerto Rico — Jan. 8 – Jan. 27